chord injury. in stroke. and even in to als patients, it's possible to decode the brain with, sense the signals, decode the brain and connect them to devices, but these are all demonstrations. we are not there yet where these are available for every day use but matthew actually record some of his comments about his views on the technology. and i think if you, i think this video will just, can narrate it and tell you what he thought of the technology. >> i envision this giving me more independence as far as changing the television, opening my shades, turning on my lights. or what the nurses have to come down and do for me. so it will give me t will give me a sense of independence. not, you know, not as much as i like but it will give me some independence. and for me that would be wonderful.